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    Quote Originally Posted by Dizneyblonde, post: 105491
    If only i had a daughter who was a little more cooperative and a little less selfish...
    So she's done with the being worried thing and is now back to normal huh

    Honey, just grit your teeth and know that eventually she won't be a teenager anymore

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    that's it, just

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    Hey! All of us were teenagers once--and we turned out okay! :D

    Can't completely relate to the teenage angst stuff--I seem to have missed out on that, thank goodness! But I know most of my friends suffered to a certain degree. And at that age, life is all about "me"!

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    Besides, Squidgey is helping you, isn't he.

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    ooer.... dare I ask who/what squidgey is and is it over the line?

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    Squidgey is Jack and he has been out all day too!

    I've been sat on the laptop (well the sofa) printing out my TR from last year to scrap book when i'm feeling up to it.

    Robyn and her friend cooked chilie on Wednesday night and left me to clear up.
    Jack had a friend stay Wednesday night,the shower and freeview broke Thursday.
    Robyn begged to have a friend stay last night and promised to do allsorts in return then i found that the friend had a bad cold and her cough kept me awake all night.
    She is in big trouble if i get the cough.I explained to her that it wasn't fair but she didn't care and the friend stayed anyway.
    They have both been out all day.
    They are coming home to pack a bag as we are off to Mum and Dad's for tea then they are both going to sleep at friends then tomorrow they go to their Dad's.
    As much as it's a break from me i also need them here and could do without the extra people in the house and the clearing up and washing trail they leave behind.

    I just hope we can find a happy medium before i end up back in hospital!

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    You do know how to say NO don't you!! Honey stop letting them guilt you into letting them get away with this!!!!

    OR let ME talk to the little darlings and I'll get them straightened out

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    OK get the two of them on here.

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    You need to spell it out to them; I guess because they see you look alright, then you must be, its kids logic. Tell them you need some understanding and help.

    We dont want to hear you are poorly as you are doing to much
    xx



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    They can do their own laundry for a start.

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